The football team along with all the Fall sports athletes were recognized with honks and waves during the Beloit Booster Club “Honk and Wave” event held Friday night in Beloit. The Trojans will open their season this Friday night with a 7 p.m. kickoff against Republic County in Belleville. See more photos on the Beloit Call Facebook page. Jennifer Hiserote Weaver photo
BELOIT – As all fall sports are questionable in how they will run during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kansas High School Athletic Association (KSHSAA) has released a revised calendar emphasizing their position on accommodating all of the sport seasons in 2020-21. As a number of schools have already determined interscholastic activities not being able to be conducted because of virus outbreaks, this schedule will come into play if necessary.
CONCORDIA - The Beloit Hornets defeated the Beloit Royals in the Pee Wee District Tournaments, 13-9, to advance into the 59th Kansas Pee Wee State Tournaments July 20-24 in Concordia as earned District Champions.
FIRST FLIGHT: 1st Place ($500) - Justin York’s team of Justin York, Greg Blackwell, Jared Hayes, Shannon Favinger Provided by the Beloit Area Chamber of Commerce
BELOIT - The K-18 Twin Lakes Beloit Red defeated Beloit Blue in seven innings 19-14 on Monday, July 6 and are now 2-3 on the season. Beloit Blue are 0-5 after their 9-4 loss to Smith Center on Thursday, July 2. Smith Center leads the four team standings as they are undefeated at 5-0. Waconda follow at 3-2 after their 14-2 win over Beloit Red on July 2 and their 8-0 loss to Smith Center on Monday.